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    300,000 People Moved Out of California from 2021 to 2022, Most of Any State

    JOEL B. POLLAK, Breitbart

    The U.S. Census Bureau reported Thursday that 300,000 people left California in 2022, more than left any other state, amid a general slow increase in the U.S. population as the country recovered from COVID-19.

    The estimates cover the period from July 2021 to July 2022.

    It was the third consecutive annual decline for California, the Sacramento Bee noted, though births outnumbered deaths.

    The U.S. population grew by about 1.3 million people, thanks largely to the arrival of over 1 million migrants:

    After a historically low rate of change between 2020 and 2021, the U.S. resident population increased by 0.4%, or 1,256,003, to 333,287,557 in 2022, according to the U.S. Census Bureau’s Vintage 2022 national and state population estimates and components of change released today.

    Net international migration — the number of people moving in and out of the country — added 1,010,923 people between 2021 and 2022 and was the primary driver of growth. This represents 168.8% growth over 2021 totals of 376,029 – an indication that migration patterns are returning to pre-pandemic levels. Positive natural change (births minus deaths) increased the population by 245,080.

    Internally, the South grew the most, thanks to migration from other states, with Florida growing the fastest, followed by Texas and North Carolina. (California, New York, and Illinois lost the most residents.) The Northeast and Midwest lost residents, thanks to outward migration, and the West gained residents, largely through natural growth (births) — overcoming the drag of California’s net losses.

    International migration had a nationwide effect: “All 50 states and the District of Columbia saw positive net international migration with California (125,715), Florida (125,629) and Texas (118,614) having the largest gains,” the Census reported.


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    1 year ago

    Shalom Aleichem.

    The problem with most of the people moving outta Californicator is they take their extremely liberal socialist mindset with them and pollute whatever State they move to.
    in a decade or so the problems they Moved away from start manifesting in that State they moved to.
    Those from New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, Massatwoshits etc did that to South Florida, mainly Miami and Fort Lauderdale. Miami and Fort Lauderdale are nothing but NY with palm tree’s.

    Ratson haba b’shem YaHuah

    Michael A.
    Michael A.
    1 year ago
    Reply to  BigCrazyMike

    You’re on to something, but in the case of Florida they still and quite handily reelected Gov. DeSantis. According to your argument, Arizona has been impacted the most with braindead California voters. Getting back to Florida, their elections make sense for one big reason. ADULTS RUN THE ELECTIONS. Not like California or Arizona where children seen to make the laws and children run the elections. Arizona Republican’s should be whipped for allowing Hobbs as Sec. of State to run her own election for Governor. Hobbs was so confident of her cheat she refused to debate Kari Lakes. Well DUH

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